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    ...no good titles oxhaker's Avatar
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    my mom once dropped her week old cell in the sink....it worked a few hours later....good luck
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    i dropped 2 cell phones in the toilet before. first one died instantly. second i got working within an hour. i was at work, had some tools and an air compressor. too bad you cant buy that stupid triangle screwdriver for the nintendo consoles/controlers and such

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    ive dropped my cell phone in the toilet, sink, pool and bath all 4 times i took a blow dryer to it for a bit, took off the face plate and let it dry out overnight and it worked in the morning (its one of those old blue nokias...theyre undestructible i sware it)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Walugi
    what silly children you have

    his child is 2 bro, give him a break, lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chute
    40% of the time drying them out works every time
    Well put...

    btw 50% of the time a quarter will land on heads EVERY TIME.

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    like a wet cell phone don't turn it on until its dry or else you will burn something.

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    one of your child is in the naughty list

    haha jk XD
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    Are u from the west coast and do you play 2v2?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pnuts
    i cant say if a Wiimote will still work, but have seen other devices get submerged in water, juice, fishtank, etc. and still come out ok. only time will tell.



    Time to have strap adjustment class with the kids
    You are forgetting that there are accelermoters in the wiimote. These could easily be broken by moisture.

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    On the Gadget Show on Channel 4 they did tests with a mobile phone, digital camera and portable radio.

    They submerged them all totally then took the batteries out and let them dry out and all the gadgets worked fine bar the speaker in the old fashioned radio.

    Its the water conducting the power to the wrong parts of the gadget that cause it not to operate. From this I'd say once it's dry it'll be fine.... though the speaker may be damaged if the Wiimotes got a card funnel in it like most speakers do. However I do know that the speaker in the Wiimote looks like so can't say.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Malachi
    However I do know that the speaker in the Wiimote looks like so can't say.
    I have taken Wiimotes apart many times. The speaker is a 1 inch small circle with two wires going into it. It looks like it will be dmaged easily by moisture.

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